Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Center
Frontier of First Nations, Métis and Pioneer Society

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On Site Services Include:
  • Free Parking
  • Wheel Chair Accessible
  • Washroom Facilities
  • Picnic Area with Tables
  • Bilingual Tours
  • Guided Tours of the Duck Lake Murals
  • Louis Riel Trail info
  • Lunch for your group (must be pre-arranged)
  • Theater rental for meetings or conferences
  • Video soon to be available
Sorry! Tower regretfully inaccessible for wheel chairs

Museum


The museum houses a collection of artifacts relating to First Nations, Métis and Pioneer history from 1870 to 1905 with exhibits, art and information on the North-West Resistance of 1885. Displays in the Interpretive Centre are arranged in a circle clockwise around the main gallery which is a First Nation tradition of interpreting the life cycle. The First Nations, Métis and Pioneer history, culture and traditions are portrayed through a number themes including origins, religion, education, law & upheaval and economics and commerce.

school room

The History of the Center Download a Booking Form for School Groups SUPPORT THE CENTER
divider HOURS OF OPERATION divider Victoria Day weekend Labour Day weekend:
10:00 am - 5:30 pm

7 Days a Week!

Open otherwise by appointment year round. divider ADMISSION RATES divider Adults: $4.50
Students: $2.50
Seniors: $3.50
Family Rate*: $12.00

Two adults and children
under 18 years of age.

Group tours of 12 or more
receive an additional 25% off of regular admission prices.

Become a DLRIC member for just $10/person or $20/family.

Memberships give you free admission for the fiscal year and 10% off gift shop purchases.

You will also receive our quarterly "New Chronicle" publication. Contact us for more information. Membership Form.pdf *

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